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Book review: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

In Bella Rayne's Darkest Betrayals, the past always catches up to you. But what if the past is actively seeking you across lifetimes, sending a message across time and space because the past self recognises something the current self is blind to? This is precisely what the therapist James thinks is happening to Layla. He… Continue reading Book review: Bella Rayne – Darkest Betrayals (@BellaRayne10)

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Book review: June V. Bourgo – Winter’s Captive (@junebourgo)

Georgia was a victim of circumstance. Her husband left her for another woman who was carrying his baby. He was unaware his wife was also pregnant. She was returning home when she found herself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Caught up in a desperate retreat by two bank robbers she is taken… Continue reading Book review: June V. Bourgo – Winter’s Captive (@junebourgo)

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Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

For years there had been relative peace. The Hamen line ruled. With Eloy on the throne, things appeared calm. But how things appear upon the surface speak nothing of the undercurrents. War is coming, and it will take no prisoners,  except for those held within its thrall. Eloy is about to discover that there is… Continue reading Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

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Book Review: S. Lynn Helton – Duplicity of Power

In S. Lynn Helton's Duplicity of Power, Namid had spent a long time hiding who she was. She had left that life behind and embraced her place in the Shadowers. But when her path crossed with the son of a renowned lord her life would be forever altered. He had something unusual in his possession,… Continue reading Book Review: S. Lynn Helton – Duplicity of Power

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Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian

Lucy thought it might be nice to have a drink with the handsome stranger who had rescued her from the young hooligans. He had seemed nice enough, refined and gentlemanly, with his tailored suit and disarming smile. She would soon discover looks could be deceiving. Imprisoned and tormented Lucy tries to put her father's lessons… Continue reading Book review: Casey Bartsch – Behind the Red Curtian

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Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories

Grandma's Halloween Stories written by Joan Tenner, and illustrated by Jesus Lopez, is an amazing and delightful composition of spooky tales involving witchcraft, potions, and magic. It was written over the years for her own grandchildren between 1989 to 1996 and is comprised of 8 short and lovable stories, each with a different Halloween theme,… Continue reading Book review: Joan Tenner – Grandma’s Halloween Stories

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Amazing authors I’ve met at #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@linneatanner) (@tjwolfauthor )(@MichaelGerhart5 ) (@SilverfireKS)(@LisaVProulx) (@MilanSergent)

It is Sunday now, and I am still filled with energy from yesterday's events. While sitting in the airport I thought I would write a quick post telling you about some of the amazing people I have met. Saturday was the big day for all of us here, starting with the bookfair and finishing with… Continue reading Amazing authors I’ve met at #ReadersFavoriteMiami2019 (@linneatanner) (@tjwolfauthor )(@MichaelGerhart5 ) (@SilverfireKS)(@LisaVProulx) (@MilanSergent)

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Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

Sarah had known there was trouble in her marriage for a long time. Even before the devastation she faced on finding out her brother had died. It stemmed from the fact that, for some unknown reason, she and her husband were unable to conceive and he was not open to any alternative. When an invitation… Continue reading Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

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Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

When Sophie received a letter addressed to her late mother it changed her life. But she had no idea of the extent of this change. She had often thought of owning her own business, although a house of voodoo hadn't exactly been what she had in mind. Her grandmother, Seraphina, had been a Mind Changer,… Continue reading Book review: Camille Faye – Voodoo Butterfly (@camillefaye)

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Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)

Within a city of stone, metal, and dead wood many secrets can be found. Some beneath the twisting sewers, and others a little closer to home. Years ago Sabine was forced to flee her homeland. Taking up residence in the last place any would think to look for her. She became lost amidst the crowd.… Continue reading Book review: Jamie A. Waters – To Kill a Fae – The Dragon Portal Book 1 (@jawatersbooks)